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Creating Cross Platform Engagement

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Its not just enough to create a Facebook page or Twitter profile and just expect your community will build of its own accord.
Like SEO, providing content is as much about placement and medium as it is about value.
This presentation offers a 6-point need-to-know criteria to creating a results-based Social Media strategy with your audience and brand values at the core.

Its not just enough to create a Facebook page or Twitter profile and just expect your community will build of its own accord.
Like SEO, providing content is as much about placement and medium as it is about value.
This presentation offers a 6-point need-to-know criteria to creating a results-based Social Media strategy with your audience and brand values at the core.

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Creating Cross Platform Engagement

  1. 1. Social Media Marketing Creating Cross-Platform Engagement Kathryn McMann Consultancy @KathrynMcMann www.kathrynmcmann.com
  2. 2. What Social Media can do for your business • Build communities across multiple platforms (on and offline) turning loyal customers into fans and brand advocates • Reach across Global Markets • Enable personable customer support and invaluable market research and feedback • Cost-effective skills-based recruitment • Provide consumer insight and user demographics • Generate awareness as well as advertising and promotion • Establish your authority in your area of expertise - thought leadership • Crisis Management
  3. 3. How do you get ‘their’ attention? • Provide valuable content • Regularly and actively engage with multiple niche communities • Ensure the technology is in place and works (share buttons, links, RSS feeds) • Optimizing media – SMO (Social Media Optimization) Your popularity increases search ranking results across all community driven sites. (hashtags, SEO, keywords and back links)
  4. 4. Ways a brand can engage and interact with their audience: • Social Networks (Facebook, • Social bookmarking (Delicious, Digg) LinkedIn) • News Aggregation (Facebook, • Niche topic forums (knitting) • Wikis • Geo mapping (Foursquare, Gowalla) • Micro-blogging (twitter) • Audio sharing (Soundcloud, Spotify) • Blogs and RSS feeds (Wordpress, • Social Gaming (Farmville, World of Warcraft) Blogger) • Search Engine Recommendations (Google+, • Brand specific forums (Porsche) SEO) • Photo sharing (Flickr, Pinterest) • Ebooks and whitepapers (Scribd, Issuu) • Video sharing (Youtube, Vimeo, Ustream)
  5. 5. 6-Point Criteria 1. Objectives 6. 2. Strategy Audience Social Brand Strategy 3. 5. Metrics Message /Concept 4. Tools & Resources
  6. 6. 1. Objectives Start by asking • Who you are • why your creating a social business strategy • And what you want to offer. Rooted in core brand principles - Define – your brand identity - brand voice (tonality) – brand personality - Create brand social Guidelines – what you can and can’t do.
  7. 7. 2. Audience Who are you aiming at? Who is your audience? Segment demographics Profiling –keep refining them until you are happy. Consider Key Industry Influencers: The top 100
  8. 8. 3. Concept / Message Message – brand -> media ->platform -> unique approach • Consider your content to be used across a range of platforms • Tailor your message for the medium • A good concept travels across all different media, threading them together seamless Content Curation • It is about where it is as much as what it is. SMO = SEO + popularity + community driven site • Consider keywords, hashtags, repetition, backlinks, SEO, analytics into the mix • Consider whether you would be interested in your content? Does it inform? Intrigue? Inspire? Engage ?
  9. 9. 4. Tools and Resources Tools = Online applications and social networks of kinds, physical events, word of mouth, traditional PR and marketing activity. • Use and get to know your tools capabilities Resources = People, time, offline equipment, collective knowledge base • Understand your limits as well as capabilities Work within your boundaries. If you over-extend your resources at the beginning you will let down your community, your network and the trust you had spent time building up . Be realistic.
  10. 10. 5. Metrics Start by asking what you want to achieve Know your tools Where do they offer value? influence and reach? 1 - Divide your tracking into Mentions and sentiment – then 2 - Resonance, sharing (includes retweets), and intent. Create regular measurement benchmarks to ensure your strategy is working and if its not you are able to adapt it immediately. Measure your progress: Twitter Search https://twitter.com/#!/search-home Follower Wonk http://followerwonk.com/ Twitter Count http://twittercounter.com/ Board Tracker http://www.boardtracker.com/ Klout & Peer Index
  11. 11. 6. Strategy Putting it all together • Build the metrics and benchmarks into the strategy • Communicate the strategy all the stakeholders and team members. • Create Static Guidelines to be able to adapt and act in real-time. • It takes time to create content . Factor this in. Content & Curation: • Be constructive, informative, supportive, educational, personal and creative • Create content for many mediums (video, audio, whitepapers, and more), to be embedded within community driven platforms (with high SEO ranking.) • Consumers are interested in content, not keywords. Reuse keywords for all your content to climb to the top of your specialist subject • Ensure all technology connects (links, buttons , widgets)
  12. 12. Remember DO: - Start with who, why and what you want to contribute. - Be an active listener and offer valuable content, don’t project. - Be realistic and assess your resources and tools before starting anything - Include SMO into your strategy to support your efforts and increase your search ranking - Research , plan and communicate to your entire team. It affects them all. DON’T - Add to the noise – be constructive, informative, supportive, educational, personal - Don’t - Ignore your audience whatever you do! They’ve invested their time in you by signing up to your page, or helping retweet your content. Invest in them back.
  13. 13. Any questions?
  14. 14. Next Steps Create your own strategy Set up your accounts Download the apps and start engaging with your audience Manage the apps (as well as measure) Tweetdeck http://www.tweetdeck.com/ Hootsuite http://hootsuite.com
  15. 15. Now lets give it a go.
  16. 16. Kathryn McMann Kathryn McMann Consultancy Holistic and Social Media Consultancy Tel: 0330 111 0630 www.KathrynMcMann.com Twitter: @KathrynMcMann Scribd: Kathryn McMann

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  • Already lots of noise, add value. Think Niche community interests within larger communities.

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